English to Chinese Translation

The number of native Chinese speakers is estimated at 1.2 billion. The Chinese language includes many language varieties or dialects, some of which are not mutually intelligible. It is an official language of China, Taiwan, the unrecognised Wa State of Burma and Singapore. Chinese is also one of the six languages of the United Nations. Standard Chinese, also known as Mandarin, is the most commonly spoken language in China. Cantonese is another influential dialect used in specific regions such as Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macau. Some other widespread primary Chinese dialects include Wu, Yue and Min.

English to Chinese is one of the most common language combinations for which our team is required to deliver translations. Below is a list of specialities that TranslateMedia covers for English to Chinese translations.

English to Chinese Legal Translation

The People’s Republic of China is currently undergoing gradual reform, as many factors domestically and internationally emphasise the need to strengthen the rule of law in China, and trade with a wider selection of countries and globalization spur transformations in various areas of Chinese domestic law which has traditionally been a socialist state. Our English to Chinese legal documents translation is designed to take into account the different ways the two countries’ legal systems work. As they involve legally binding contracts and valuable pieces of information, it is important that those carrying out legal document translations on your behalf know exactly what is required of them.
This is the reason we only employ experienced and talented English to Chinese translators with the skills that mean they can provide a valuable service. Of course, each law firm has its own areas of practice that it specialises in and we understand your English to Chinese legal document translation needs will vary.

English to Chinese eCommerce Website Translation

The growth of e-commerce in China has been faster than that of western countries during the past five years. This is due to the growth of Internet users, improved online payments, much more widespread coverage and services improving. Such trends will continue as long as companies are still looking to move into this territory.

If you are considering taking your business international, you should contemplate converting all of your marketing materials including your English website, your social network offering and all English marketing brochures into Chinese. Our team of translators will also take into consideration the local Chinese customs, cultural conditions such as the use of colour, website layout and your legal terms and conditions.

English to Chinese Finance and Banking Translation

China’s banking system remains in the hands of its government, but the major players in the system have started to operate more like western banks. That doesn’t mean that they will necessarily understand your English language website. TranslateMedia is a renowned leader in English to Chinese financial translation services. We enjoy continual success thanks to our efficient, professional approach when producing English to Chinese translations. We have passed successive quality audits and in 2010 were ranked in the top 10 fastest growing digital media & technology companies in Europe. We develop our own translation management technology that allows us to focus on providing a top quality customer experience.

English to Chinese Governmental & Public Sector Translation

China’s policy decisions and the way their government is structured mean that a lot of their businesses are in the public sector. This can often be a difficult field to traverse in a quick and efficient manner. That is why our translators have long-standing relationships with various parts of government in several countries. We are very familiar with the structure and demands of the tendering process and welcome invitations to tender for English to Chinese governmental or public sector translation work.

English to Chinese I.T. Translation

The software industry in China is worth $416bn dollars and with the software outsourcing market projected by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology to grow to $60 billion by 2015, the prospective market for a business that provides these products is massive. The way we achieve a high level of English to Chinese IT translations that will benefit your business is by first picking professional expert translators who have direct expertise in the relevant field. Then we look at the usage of glossaries, implementing them through a Translation Memory system, that enables us to deliver accurate English to Chinese translations on time and within budget.

English to Chinese Medical Translation

Nearly all medical facilities in the country are run by the government. They are still seeking to update their healthcare facilities and roll it out countrywide, and are going to need to import the expertise and products, potentially from your business.  As members of the American Translators Association and the Association of Translation Companies at TranslateMedia, when you choose our English to Chinese medical and English to Chinese pharmaceutical translation services, you can be confident you’ve chosen a company that prides itself on quality, knowledge and accuracy of its completed English to Chinese translation projects.

English to Chinese Market Research Translation

Everyone knows about China’s fossil fuel industry and its manufacturing superiority, but beyond that, do you need to know what market there is for your business in the second biggest economy in the world? TranslateMedia’s English to Chinese market research translation is a valuable tool for finding out the who’s, what’s and whys, whether your business is expanding to reach a new market or trying to advance its current reputation on an international stage. We have experts with a range of skills in marketing and advertising to carry out our English to Chinese market research translation so you can ensure the highest levels of accuracy and quality.

English to Chinese Defence & Security Translation

China has the second largest military spend in the world; constantly upgrading its technology as it seeks to improve the level of competency of its defence and security. The need for finesse when dealing with sensitive information that your English to Chinese translation will need is obvious. We have time-worn experience in translating sensitive documents from English to Chinese, having worked with plenty of political risk analyses for security consultancies in the past.


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